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Overclocking... Help?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by matt.slysnake, 23 Feb 2007.

  1. matt.slysnake

    matt.slysnake Banned

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    Hi guys,

    I've bought my rig and set it up with ease from advice from you guys, but now I wish to indulge in overclocking, as I was thinking of doing that from the start.

    My specs are:

    e6300 *stock cooler*
    asus p5n-e SLI
    geil 2gigabyte PC6400 (800mhz)
    x1950 pro
    akasa paxpower 460watt PSU

    OK, I currently know NOTHING about overclocking, and how it is done, I have read the sticky, but I am still confused, and most guides I find from the internet are very old. So a quick guide would be nice :blush: . + I need to know of any programs necessary.

    Also, any idea how far I can push this setup without upgrading the cooler?

    Thanks in advance :thumb:
     
  2. trig

    trig god's little mistake

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    try this link...if you are still confused, let me know, but you shouldn't be...the jist of it is, find your max stable fsb for your ram, then for your cpu...keep the increases small, especially since you are trying to oc right out of the box...i recommend running ur pc for a bit first on stock, but w/e...basically what i did was everyday i would up the fsb, then run memtest and super pi, with a 3dmark run, keeping an eye on temps...when i got to a point where it wouldnt load or was instable, i would up voltages if temps were ok...if that didnt work, i found through other bit-teckers that i needed to lower my memory divider, which i did, and it helped...with the stock cooler, ill be surprised if you can go much higher than stock voltages and 380 fsb or so without at least the temps becoming an issue...
     
  3. matt.slysnake

    matt.slysnake Banned

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    Thanks for that link =]
     
  4. Jipa

    Jipa Avoiding the "I guess.." since 2004

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    Erhm there's a sticky thread of C2D-overclocking on this very forum... And it also contains that link :/
     
  5. Masterchief

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    This is the config you want, but don't touch the advanced memory settings except fore the voltage.

    AI Tuning: Manual
    Nvidia GPU Ex: Disabled
    LinkBoost: Disabled

    FSB - Memory Clock Mode: Unlinked
    x FSB - Memory Raio: N/A
    FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600 (means 400FSB)
    Actual FSB (QDR), Mhz: 1600
    MEM (DDR), Mhz: 800 (means 400mhz speeds)
    Actual MEM (DDR), Mhz: 880.2

    Vcore Voltage: 1.525 set (1.42v bios/1.41v windows idle/1.39v windows load)
    Memory Voltage: 2.100v
    1.2v HT Voltage: 1.3v
    NB Core Voltage: 1.4v
    SB Core Voltage: 1.55v
    CPU VTT Voltage: 1.4v
    DDRII Controller Ref Voltage: AUTO
    DDRII Channel A Ref Voltage: AUTO
    DDRII Channel B Ref Voltage: AUTO

    tCL (CAS Latency): 4
    tRCD: 4
    tRP: 4
    tRAS: 12
    Command Per Clock (CMD): 2 clock (2T)

    Advance Memory Settings
    tRRD: AUTO
    tRC: AUTO
    tWR: AUTO
    tWTR: AUTO
    tREF: AUTO
    Async Latency: AUTO

    CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
    PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
    MCP PCIE Spread Spectrum: Disabled
    SATA Spread Spectrum: Disabled
    LDT Spread Spectrum: Disabled

    CPU Internal Thermal Control: Disabled
    Limit CPUID MaxVal: Disabled
    Enhanced C1 (C1E): Disabled
    Execute Disable Bit: Disabled
    Virtualization Technology: Disabled
    Enhanced Intel Speedstep Tech: Disabled
    LDT Frequency: 5x

    PCIEX16_1 Frequency (Mhz): 100
    PCIEX16_2 Frequency (Mhz): 100
    PCIEX16_3 Frequency (Mhz): 100
    SPP<->MCP Ref Clock, Mhz: 200
     

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